The detection of two celestial interlopers careening through our solar system has scientists eagerly anticipating more.
Esperanto was intended to be an easy-to-learn second language that enabled you to speak with anyone on the planet.
As we pursue the leadership difference we seek, we attract fuel and generate heat. The trick is to avoid burnout.
There are many problems with relying on SAT and ACT scores for college admissions. But removing them entirely creates less opportunity.
The benefits of going the extra mile to be socially responsible are felt by customers, employees, and shareholders alike. Here’s a plan to secure them.
For now, our Solar System's eight planets are all safe, and relatively stable. Billions of years from now, everything will be different.
Its creators hope the technology will help people meaningfully connect with the external world.
Meanwhile meteorite hunters rushed to Berlin to find this most rare space rock.
NASA gave three robots plans for a moon shelter, and the robots figured out how to build it.
It's time for an honest conversation.
There are plenty of life-friendly stellar systems in the Universe today. But at some point in the far future, life's final extinction will occur.
Stone Age megastructure under Baltic Sea sheds light on strategy used by Palaeolithic hunters over 10,000 years ago
Archaeologists have identified what may be Europe’s oldest human-made megastructure.
In revolutionary Russia, a group of forward-thinking philosophers offered an alternative to both futurism and communism.
The second law of thermodynamics tells us that entropy always increases. But that doesn't mean it was zero at the start of the Big Bang.
Some of the world's most satisfied societies are poor, small, and remote.
It’s not enough to nurture star players — the key is to cultivate everyone’s ability to collaborate and bring value.
Former President and CEO of Celebrity Cruises, Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, unpacks the leadership strategy behind her success.
So far, gravitational waves have revealed stellar mass black holes and neutron stars, plus a cosmic background. So much more is coming.
Discrepancies between observations and theory regarding subatomic particles called muons may force scientists to rethink the quantum world.
AI is both a tool and a catalyst — and the key to successful integration is to rewrite your rule book and tinker.
Almost every large structure in the Universe displays a 5:1 dark matter-to-normal matter ratio. Here's how some galaxies defy that rule.
Meta and NYU’s robot can navigate and clean rooms it’s never seen before.